Re-thinking the Traditional Big Wedding [SPONSORED]
Thinking of a smaller more intimate wedding? The idea of an “un-wedding” has many of our brides (and grooms) thinking… is it right for us?
It just may be. We at Narcissus are finding in times of excess, some are re-thinking the way in which weddings are hosted. This is not to say there has been a balance shift; however we are seeing a marketable increase in smaller more intimate weddings, or the newly defined “un-wedding.”
In the true spirit of the “un-wedding,” the guest list is pared down to what may best be described as a list of those who may be invited if you and yours hosted a joint birthday bash. Keeping it simple and elegant is of course key to the events success, it is a wedding after all.
Flowers become an important part of this intimate setting as a few styled arrangements echoing the theme of your big day make maximum impact. Additionally, smaller approachable collections of seasonal blooms are used to enhance the décor of your chosen venue.
The bouquets the bride and maid of honor carry are an opportunity to bring in a beautiful accent and reflect your own personal style.If you are planning your very own “un wedding” give us a buzz, as we have some great ideas to fit into your intimate venue of choice.
Hear Ken from Narcissus on the air with Shawn and Sue earlier this month:
This post was created in cooperation with our advertising partner, Narcissus Florist. Call Narcissus Florist today, 732-281-0333 your florist of choice on the New Jersey Shore. A New Jersey florist serving our community for over twenty years.